Earlier this week, the Bahraini legislature’s foreign affairs, defence and national security committee has recommended approving a proposal to extend the technical checking of vehickles from five years to seven for old people and make the annual check to be biennial to make life easier for them.
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“Expanding the exemption duration now in effect will not be in line with traffic safety and will result in an increase in traffic accidents as a consequence of lack of periodical checking and negligence in car maintenance,” the directorate added, according to Akhbar Al khaleej newspaper.
The directorate cited a decree from the Bahraini interior minister licensing a number of private centres to conduct the car checking service with the aim of easing the burden on citizens and expatriates.
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